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The History Behind iSplice Films

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ince 2006, iSplice Films has been expertly handling both film and television post production.

iSplice Films Inc was founded in response to the need for a high quality post production company.  It’s humble beginnings started as a small boutique post house catering to  many long-time clients.   Later in 2011 iSplice Films acquired a larger studio and partnered with long time colleague Tony Wytinck of White Ink Digital Post.  They are currently located at 309 Wardlaw Avenue in Winnipeg’s Osborne Village neighbourhood.  Working together we deliver world-class post production services, internationally.

Working with startups, all the way to industry leading professionals, iSplice Films delivers the the highest quality post production services available, ensuring total client satisfaction.

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Bruce Little
With almost 30 years in the Film and Television industry, multi award winning editor and post production specialist Bruce Little is currently living and working in Winnipeg, Manitoba, where he operates iSplice Films, a full service Post Production facility.

In 1987, at the age of 15, Bruce began his Film and TV career at the Manitoba Television Network (MTN) in his home town of Portage la Prairie, Manitoba. MTN’s fresh new signal covered most of the province from it’s head facility in Portage and their sister stations in Dauphin, Brandon and Winnipeg. At MTN Bruce quickly learned the workings of the entire facility and by the age of 17 was directing their top live programs, and working in their cutting edge A/B roll edit suites.

A few years later, Bruce relocated to Vancouver where he expanded his skill set, freelancing on various film and television projects. His experience led him into consulting as well as setting up a post facility on one of Vancouver’s Gulf Islands.

Years later, Bruce re-joined Manitoba’s film and television community, continuing to broaden his career and commitment to excellence and innovation in the Post Production field.
In Winnipeg, Bruce helped shape Mid Canada Productions into a thriving Post facility and ushered many film and television projects through their doors.

From his positions as picture editor, online editor, sound editor, sound engineer, re-recording engineer, and post production supervisor, there was no project that he didn’t enjoy putting his creative and technical touch on.
In 2006, Bruce joined forces with Winnipeg editor/researcher Julie Hackett and decided to open the doors of iSplice Films.

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Julie Hackett
For the last 23 years, Julie Hackett has worked as a freelancer in the Winnipeg Film and Television industry as a Documentary editor, and archival researcher.

Julie started her career as a feature film assistant editor with a passion for visual research and clearances lending her talents to local companies Merit Motion Pictures, Les Productions Rivard as well as DunnMedia & Entertainment. Julie had the opportunity to expand her technical training to include 5 years as a freelance assistant editor at MidCanada Productions. here she was fortunate to work on nearly everything that came through the door.

As partner in Winnipeg based iSplice Films, Julie has expanded her skills to include Descriptive video (DV) services and Combined Continuity and Spotting Lists (CCSL) for feature film projects.

With a willingness to help young indigenous people tell their stories, Julie clocks time each year as a guest speaker with The National Screen Institute’s (NSI) New Indigenous Voices program for students from across Canada and has edited more than 100 of their student shorts to date many of which have found acclaim at international festivals.

Julie is the Winnipeg Jury Committee member for Yorkton Short Film Festival (YFF) since 2008, and volunteers time and service to the newly minted Afro Prairie Film Festival (2017-2019).

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Lucas Hokanson
For the last 10 years, Lucas has been working in highly technical environments, improving them through a focus on quality and professionalism. In the mid-2000’s Lucas began his career of continuous improvement with creation and management of popular digital services. Later in 2009, he joined Seccuris Inc. (Above Security, now Hitachi Security Systems) a Winnipeg based Information Technology (IT) security company, where he played key roles in maturing Seccuris’ Managed Security Services (MSS).

In 2014, Lucas’ community involvement led him to AssentWorks (now North Forge) where he took on leadership of the 3D printing faculty, home to many leading-edge printing technologies. He also later took on a role with their Member Council as the Sales and Consumable lead.

Through these interactions he was introduced to Bruce Little of iSplice films where he works today filling a variety of roles such as Sound and Video Editor, Developer, Systems Administrator, Graphic Designer, and more. His inquisitive nature helps him intuitively grasp on to new concepts and technologies quickly. With his technical ability, creativity and drive for quality, he continues to provide excellence every day.

Lucas also helps operate and advise for TEDxWinnipeg as well as the Winnipeg Football Club.

Who We Help

Broadcast

Syfy
Vision TV
PBS
CBC Documentary Channel
CBC Canadian Broadcasting Corporation
CityTV
MTV Music Television
Slice
Showcase
Global TV
Superchannel
CTV
Bravo
APTN
History Channel
Discovery Channel
LMN
Hallmark Channel
TSN
Sportsnet
Unis TV
TV5 Broadcast
Food Network Broadcast

Corporate

Manitoba Opera
United Way
HSC Health Sciences Centre Children's Hospital Winnipeg
CNFU
Salvation Army
Polaris
Rogers
Bell Canada
Shaw Media
Children's Wish Foundation
Manitoba pork
Winnipeg Blue Bombers
University of Manitoba - UofM
RBC Royal Bank
Norwex
CJOB
River City Sports
Pollard Banknote
Sheps Hair Restoration Clinic
Manitoba Hydro
Canada Post
Winnipeg Humane Society
ATI
William E White International
New Flyer Industries
Special Olympics Manitoba
St. Johns Ravencourt School
Peak of the market
Government of Manitoba
Investors Group
Royal Winnipeg Ballet RWB
Boyd Autobody and glass
Manitoba pulse soybean growers
HSC Health Sciences Centre Winnipeg
MTS
EMI
Parks Canada
Ducks Unlimited Canada
Power 97
MHCA
Canadian Wheat Board

Production

Numan Films
Animiki See Digital Productions
Zoot Pictures
Frantic Films
NSI National Screen Institute
Buffalo Gal Pictures
Inferno Pictures
Frantic Films
K
Merit Motion Pictures
Media Rendevous
MFM Manitoba Films and Music
Partners In Motion
Peach Arch Entertainment
Regent
Les Productions Rivard
Strongfront TV
Wookey Films
Bandits Media
Black Watch Entertainment